DIY Peacock Feather Fascinator

peacock hair comb

Do you love the idea of wearing a feather fascinator at your wedding, but don’t want to spend big bucks to buy one? Make your own!

This peacock feather fascinator would be perfect for a bride or her bridesmaids!

You will need:

  • Three peacock feathers (I got mine at my local dollar store for $2)
  • Hair Comb (I purchased mine from SupplyWorld on Etsy)
  • Brooch or Pendant (The feather pendant I used is from {styled} by Tori Spelling)
  • Glue Gun

Trim peacock feathers to your liking.

peacock fascinator

Aren’t they pretty?

peacock feathers

Position your feathers where you want them on the hair comb.

peacock hair comb Now that you know where you want them, remove feathers from comb and place on a small piece of foil. Fire up your glue gun and add a generous amount of glue to the ends of the feathers.

peacock fascinator Place another piece of foil over the glued area on the feathers and tamp.(I pressed them down with my scissors.)

weddings fascinator Wait a couple of minutes for glue to set, then carefully remove foil.

hair fascinator Use glue gun to adhere feathers to comb.

bridal hair comb I snipped off both ends of the {styled} by Tori Spelling feather pendant.

hair accessories peacock

Place glue on the back of your brooch or pendant.

hair comb diy Adhere brooch or pendant to hair comb, holding in place until it sets. diy hair comb Let dry overnight. That’s it!

peacock hair fascinator

Want to see more {styled} by Tori Spelling  projects? Check out this bridal bracelet and these gorgeous napkin rings.

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  1. Posted by Anna (Lover.ly) on November 9th, 2012 at 12:03pm

    What a creative trick! Well done and very crafty.
  2. Posted by Christina on November 9th, 2012 at 2:55pm

    Thanks Anna!
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